How it works

Vehicle Protection

For fleet owners with commercial rental insurance

If you’re a professional fleet owner, such as a rental car company, you can waive Turo vehicle protections and provide your own insurance for your customers and your vehicle(s) for a bigger piece of the pie. All owners outside of the USA, Germany, and Ontario, Alberta, and Quebec in Canada must have commercial rental insurance for their customers.

How does it work?

You'll waive all Turo protections, including the US$1 million liability policy, physical damage protection, and roadside assistance, but you'll walk away with 90% of the trip price. If you change your mind, you can enroll in a Turo vehicle protection plan at any time.

To qualify to provide your own commercial rental insurance, you must provide the Turo renter and his/her authorized drivers with no less than the minimum insurance (liability and/or physical damage) mandated by applicable law in your region.

What happens if my car gets into an accident?

If you've chosen to provide your own commercial rental insurance, you'll need to file the claim according to your internal insurance processes. Since you will have waived Turo protections, Turo will not be accountable for any liability or damage claims during a rental.